First mats introduces new range of balance trolleys

by | Aug 19, 2021 | Promotions | 0 comments

Midlands-based industrial supplier First Mats Ltd has introduced a new range of balance trolleys to enhance shopping experiences for customers in a garden centre or plant nursery.

Convenient and practical, balance trolleys are the ideal companion for browsers whether they are indoors or out. They provide stability for both light and heavy loads, featuring a central axle and wheels that allow them to be manoeuvred easily – even around tight spaces.

Their efficient design means balance trolleys can be pushed or pulled as the user prefers, and the loads are balanced to reduce strain on the arms and back.

Constructed from robust steel for impressive strength, the First Mats collection includes single-handed and double-handed trolleys, fitted with grip handles to give maximum control. Choose from rubber or pneumatic tyres to suit your flooring type, as well as open trolley sides or closed ones that enable users to wheel products around safely and smoothly without the risk of anything falling off.

First Mats director Richard O’Connor says: “Our company focuses on products that promote safety and user satisfaction, and our range of balance trolleys provides flexibility for customers and staff to transport items with ease and safety.”

For more information, please contact First Mats on 0121 702 1659 or visit its website at www.firstmats.co.uk

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